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Our school newsletter, KIT (Keeping in Touch), is issued every second week, on Thursdays and is available on the school website.

The daily happenings of our school are given here, so parents can share as fully as possible in all that concerns their children.

KIT provides relevant dates, curriculum news, and details of class activities, school celebrations and Parents and Friends' functions. If you would like this sent electronically please notify the school office.

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  • Term 4, Week 2, 19 October 2017

    News from Scott, Religious Education News, Social Justice News, Sports News, P&F News, School Contact Information, A Message from Busways, What's on at Penrith Observatory, Dates for Your Diary, Canteen Menu, Local Events

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  • Term 4, Week 2, 19 October 2017

    News from Scott, Religious Education News, Social Justice News, Sports News, P&F News, School Contact Information, A Message from Busways, What's on at Penrith Observatory, Dates for Your Diary, Canteen Menu, Local Events

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